Digital Humanities and Research Methods in Religious Studies

An Introduction

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Christopher D. Cantwell, Kristian Petersen
Introductions to Digital Humanities – Religion
  • Berlin: 
    De Gruyter
    , February
     360 pages.
     For other formats: Link to Publisher's Website.
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Review by Lee Scharnick-Udemans forthcoming.


This volume provides practical, but provocative, case studies of exemplary projects that apply digital technology or methods to the study of religion. An introduction and 16 essays are organized by the kinds of sources digital humanities scholars use – texts, images, and places – with a final section on the professional and pedagogical issues digital scholarship raises for the study of religion.

About the Author(s)/Editor(s)/Translator(s): 

Christopher D. Cantwell, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, U.S.A.

Kristian Petersen, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, U.S.A.


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